Tripper For Everyone!
Yesterday, we saw a spy shot of the new Royal Enfield Himalayan being tested on public roads with a potential Tripper Navigation System (RE’s lingo for turn-by-turn navigation system). Today I share with you a spy shot of the upcoming Continental GT 650, and it too appears to be sporting this new little piece of tech borrowed from the Meteor 350.
The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 was a brand new model – never before seen – for the 2020 year. Being Enfield’s first new motorcycle in a while, they used it as the perfect time to introduce their “Tripper Navigation” system. This system adds a new pod to the dash to connect to your iPhone or Andriod device and provide directions while riding so you don’t have to miss a beat when on the roadways. The display is a small circular TFT cluster and should prove it’s worthiness on the next few bikes Royal Enfield decides to include it on. Hopefully, it will be a standard piece of equipment we find on all their models going forwards.
Spy shots – 2021 Royal Enfield 650 Twins Spied
Facelift with Tripper Navigation❓
RushLane posted an image to their official Facebook account last week showing a spy shot of the upcoming 650 Twins out in the wild. The bike in the image appears to have received a slight facelift in addition to the Tripper dash display.
At the time of writing, we have no idea about pricing, colors, or availability; but rest assured the new 650’s will be sporting some slight visual changes in addition to the handy Tripper system.